Category Archives: Informational

At Amazon Prices Aren’t Always What They Seem

Did you ever click a link on a site (like GeoTrax Packs) to see how much something costs at Amazon?

Of course you have. We’ve all done it. That’s how Amazon has become one of the largest sites in the world.

What did you think of the price you saw when you got there?

Way too high? Did it scare you off?

If so, read on. There’s often more to pricing at Amazon than first meets the eye. Continue reading

Note to Amazon GeoTrax Shoppers

If you are still in the market for GeoTrax this year and plan on shopping at Amazon, there are some things I’d like you to know.

Note: I get commissions for purchases made through links in this post.

I currently have over 100 sets for sale at Amazon. “Gary Sonnenberg” is my ID at Amazon, so it’s easy to tell if you’re buying from me. Continue reading

How To Sell Your GeoTrax for Fun and Profit

 

K3014 Vehicle Gift Set

Ah, the good ol’ days! Your children were young (i.e. between the ages of 2 and 7) and they loved their GeoTrax trains that you or Grandma and Grandpa gave them. But now they’ve outgrown them and you, the parent, are wondering how to sell your GeoTrax to another family who can give them some love too.

I have bought and sold GeoTrax through several channels over the years, so I have some suggestions for you based on my experiences. The channels include rummage sales, Craigslist, Ebay, Amazon, and GeoTrax Packs. Continue reading

Coming Soon: Fisher Price Trio Building Toys

This post contains one affiliate link way the end. If you click it and buy something, I'll get a tiny bit of cash at no extra cost to you.

New Addition to GeoTrax Packs: Trio Building Sets

Trio Batcave

Trio Batcave

No, it's not GeoTrax, but I have an explanation for that.

I have a number of Fisher Price Trio sets that I want to tell you about as well as offer for sale. It didn't make sense to me to start a whole new website for them. They were made by the same company as GeoTrax, have since been discontinued, and are targeted at approximately the same age range as GeoTrax toys.

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